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Divorce provides a perfect opportunity to begin identifying and practicing new ways of thinking, being, and doing. Our Journey Beyond Divorce podcasts help you to navigate the shifting world that you currently inhabit, and utilize your struggles as stepping-stones that lead to inner strength, clarity, and confidence. If you are seeking personal one-on-one coaching visit www.JourneyBeyondDivorce.com.
 
The purpose of “A Year and a Day” is to provide information and tips for getting through a separation and divorce without destroying family relationships or the family finances. In the first episode, host Jaime Davis discusses issues related to co-parenting with Dr. Lori Thomas, a licensed psychologist with Wynns Family Psychology. Future episodes will include conversations with marriage therapists, financial planners, and private investigators, as well as discussions of topics such as media ...
 
Fred Campos, @FullCustodyDad on Twitter, shares his unique experience of winning a paternity suit and being full custody, of his then 4-year-old daughter. As a non-attorney but a male parent, he shares unique ideas on how to be a better parent and ultimately win a child custody suit. Fred's goal is to help good parents caught in the complicated process of divorce or child custody. This show has parenting and custody tips as well as attorney interviews from state to state.
 
If you, a friend or family member is facing a divorce or similar family law matter, then this show is for you. Here is where we share our experience and knowledge to help others navigate a challenging phase of life. This show is a re-broadcast of a Radio Show sponsored by Meriwether and Tharp, a law firm with over 40 lawyers focusing on divorce and family law matters.
 
Veteran Divorce, Child Custody, & Family Law Attorney, Leigh Sellers, serves as your guide through the foreign world of Splitsville – an alien place with its own rules, its own expectations, and even its own language. You won't find it on Google Maps, and your GPS won't work here. So if you’re feeling lost, you’re in the right place. With decades of experience serving clients in North Carolina (Charlotte, Monroe, Waxhaw, Concord, Gastonia, Weddington, NC) and South Carolina (Fort Mill, Rock ...
 
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One More Thing…………. – Episode 164 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. We see this problem in many, many cases. Parties will work very hard to reach an agreement on issues and then one party wants to ask for changes. Asking for a change isn’t always a problem but if one change leads to another leads to another……..you might end up blowing the d…
 
It is that time of the year again where Leh and Todd talk about what the undead and monsters can do about their family law problems. To be clear, they both take what they do seriously, but this show is just for fun. This year, they get a visit from an old favorite, Dracula. He is having trouble seeing his grandkids because his daughter's family has…
 
As we continue talking about healthy living, today’s episode is How Yoga and Meditation Can Help You Heal. We’re joined by, Shawn Bradford, a mother of 3 who suffered from insomnia through her divorce and was grateful to find yoga nidra, an ancient sleep technology that helped her learn to sleep and heal from divorce trauma. Shawn shares the practi…
 
Affairs – From Each Perspective – Episode 163 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Many relationships break down due to one party having an affair. This issue is very emotional and can cause blockages that keep you from being able to discuss or settle your divorce case. And while the emotions run high for both parties, we tend to focus more on…
 
Commentary on some recent YouTube videos triggered today's show. The commentator was surprised by the responses women had to a recent award of alimony to Kelly Clarkson's soon to be ex-husband. In this show, Leh and Todd discuss alimony. They explore how it is gender neutral as written (in Georgia, at least), but often it is not gender neutral in a…
 
Jill got married very young and as the years turned to decades, she realized how lost she had gotten in her high conflict marriage. With a heart of collaboration, Jill entered the divorce arena only to find her spouse was intent on alienating their young child from her and stripping her of her custodial rights. Jill shares the heartbreak felt and l…
 
Leh and Todd discuss eight simple tips to help create room for an amicable divorce. Not all the steps are easy, but they are simple. The steps they include: Learn how to speak “respectfully” Give each other “space” when sharing common spaces in the home Consider alternate sleeping arrangements Respect your spouse’s safe haven Respect your spouse’s …
 
Are You Giving Away Your Power? – Episode 162 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Divorce has a way of making anyone feel powerless. Powerless to control your situation, the other person, your kids, etc. We often see people after the divorce or breakup who are unknowingly continuing to give away their power. This comes in many forms such as e…
 
Navigating complex and tense conversations can easily result in emotional grenades being tossed across the room and little to nothing being resolved. Today we speak to Bill Eddy, well known for his work in the high conflict area about How to Effectively Communicate When Tensions Run High. Bill talks to us about his latest book, “Calming Upset Peopl…
 
Be A Drama Destroyer – Episode 161 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Let’s face it, divorce or a breakup often includes ongoing, relentless, crazy-making drama. Conversations that you replay in your head about what you could have said or should have said. You may walk around seething with anger or frustration and your ex’s drama ends up rob…
 
Are you being run by your Monkeymind? The monkey mind is run by ego and fear and no matter what stage of divorce you're in, fear and uncertainty are there and they're loud. The amount of energy that one expends is overwhelming. The monkeymind leaves us exhausted and the fear can leave us paralyzed. Today’s Team Talks discusses how to calm the monke…
 
One is the Loneliest Number – Episode 160 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Does it feel like everyone around you is happily married or in a happy relationship? Are you managing the burden of the kids, the finances, the pets, and every other aspect of daily life by yourself? It can be quite lonesome for many people, especially if we’re not …
 
You’ve seen them on TV. Commanding a courtroom and yelling “OBJECTION!” with every tense moment. But, how much is reality like tv when it comes to being a lawyer? On this week’s edition of the Lady Lawyer League Podcast, we dive into the reality of being a lawyer and how they manage the problems of dressing right, dealing with emergencies, and how …
 
Leh and Todd came across a question that had many layers. These layers ran deeper than just the question on the surface. So, they decided to spend most of the show breaking it down. Here is the question they tackled - How can I file for and successfully navigate the divorce process when I don't currently have income? I am a full time college studen…
 
Today we are discussing the practice of Mindfulness as a path to reducing stress and living a more present life. The impact of stress can be exhausting or even debilitating over the course of years or decades of a difficult marriage, the uncertainty of divorce and the unfamiliarity of life after divorce. There are many ways of dealing with such str…
 
Leh and Todd finish up their review of the Rules of Evidence. In particular, they focus on the exceptions to the hearsay rule. While these rules can get complicated, they take their time to present them in an understandable way. If you can't survive an 'objection' to your evidence, the Judge won't be able to consider it. If you would like a transcr…
 
Raising Self-Reliant Children After Divorce – Episode 159 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Most parents have concerns about how divorce will negatively impact their children. We want to do all we can to set them up for future success. Post-Divorce Parenting plans are a great tool to create self-reliance, resilience, and confidence in child…
 
Leh and Todd take on the rules of evidence. More specifically, they discuss the exceptions to the hearsay rule. Hearsay is somewhat straightforward: It is an out of court statement that goes to the truth of the matter asserted. What makes this simple rule complicated are all the exceptions to this rule. In order to properly introduce your evidence …
 
Designing a Parenting Plan can feel daunting and overwhelming. The thought of it can trigger anxiety, confusion, and sadness at realizing you will no longer be spending time with your child or children every day. All of this is normal. When possible, it is best for parents to craft a Parenting Plan together. After all, you know your children and yo…
 
After 25 years of marriage, with three adult children, this was supposed to be our time. Yet we had married in our early 20's and over the decades grew apart until there was more contention than ease and no amount of couples counseling seemed to help. John shares his journey through conflict, self doubt and his deep desire to be amicable and protec…
 
Are You Seeking Closure? – Episode 158 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Closure is something many people struggle with after the divorce. We want our pound of flesh. We want the other person to understand what they’ve done. Divorcing parties are often seeking closure through the Court process though they almost never realize that is what t…
 
Welcome to today’s episode of “Mastering the Practices of Curiosity and Surrender” with my special guest Adina Tovell. As you enter and settle into your life after divorce, Adina invites you to consider where your thoughts take you each day...do you live in fear and judgement or do you slip into curiosity and inquiry? We examine the limits of one a…
 
If you feel like you are losing your mind as you enter divorce, I want you to know that it’s totally normal. Today I share what happens when you begin the journey through divorce and how your mental and emotional overload show up in your life. I discuss the changes you begin to see in yourself and why things like brain fog, ADD tendencies, short tr…
 
Two Strategies for Winning – Episode 157 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Almost all high-conflict (and expensive!) divorces involve at least one party, and sometimes both, using a “negative strategy”. A negative strategy involves tearing the other person down, telling the Court what a horrible person or parent they are, and engaging in al…
 
You just got a speeding ticket and now you’re worried you need a lawyer. Do you actually need one? Are you going to go to jail for this? What’s going to happen if I go to court? What do I even wear for court? Do I have to plead guilty when first asked? And what the heck is a cattle call?! Well, calm down, because the Lady Lawyer League is here to a…
 
In today’s episode, You have the power to live your best life. It's time to use it” we invite you to consciously choose how you want to be in your new life. Today’s guest challenges you to notice the difference from your human experience and reactions and your spiritual ones. She states unequivocally that we each have all the power, all the abundan…
 
Understanding the Psychology of Divorce – Episode 156 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Why is there so much conflict in divorce? If the marriage is over, why can’t we just walk away peacefully and leave each other to live our lives? Having conflict is the flip side of the intimacy and connection in a marriage. Not caring would allow us to …
 
What happens when you're asking for a protection order? What if you have a protection order against you? Susan Reff and Erin Wetzel talk about all the basics you need to know for protection orders in the first of a 3 part series on the topic. If you have questions or need legal representation, contact Susan, Erin or any of the amazing lady lawyers …
 
Leh and Todd spend some valuable time explaining the rules of evidence, where they come from, why they are there, and how they can seem complicated. When you know the purpose behind the rules of evidence and how they have been developed over time, it is much easier to understand them when you try to apply them in Court. Even if you are represented …
 
Divorce is a situation that brings lots of problems to solve. Big and small, we wrestle with them, trying to figure out solutions that will work to get the results we want. The way we approach these problems can make all the difference between a successful solution and one that creates more problems to deal with. In this podcast, Karen and Carrie e…
 
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